Ghost towns are so interesting.
Now it’s time for the drawing…………..
The winner of the $15 Amazon gift card is……………
Yee-Haw! Congratulations, Sally!
Watch for Janalyn’s email!
What do you know about ghost towns? Ever been to one? Janalyn is going to talk about that.
She’s also toting a $15 Amazon gift card to give away!
To enter the drawing, just leave a comment. Easy.
So shake the wrinkles from your bustle and get over here.
That’s Friday, December 6!
Her subject will ice on the frontier. Was it possible to make it or haul it in? We’ll see.
She’ll tell us about her new book called Crinoline Cowboys….
And give a print copy away!
Head over to chat and get in the drawing.
You just might win this!
As Thanksgiving approaches this year, I find myself with a long list of blessings. I’ll share a few with you.
I’m thankful for my good health and those who’ve made it possible. I’m grateful for my family, particularly my boys who have grown into young men I’m incredibly proud of. I’m ecstatic the universe sent Kim, my partner in crime as my dear husband calls her, into our lives. I’m grateful beyond measure for meeting Jinger Cahill when I wandered into her shop, Maxine’s Uptown Boutique in Glassboro, New Jersey. Jinger’s wisdom and insight has changed my outlook on life in ways I never imagined. She might even make an optimist out of me! (Check back in January 8, 2020. I think sharing what Jinger’s taught me will make a perfect New Year blog!) I’m thankful to two dear friends, Lori Halligan and Jennifer Jacobson, who continue to be there for me through life’s ups and downs. Everyone should be so blessed to have two such caring, beautiful women in their lives. I’m beholden to the staff at Starbucks, Custer and 15th and their steadfast support that the words will in fact come. Lastly, but certain=ly not least, ’m thankful for my loyal readers who’ve been with me on this crazy writing journey, and I’m pleased to share the cover and release date for the next book in my Wishing Texas Series.
To Tame A Texas Cowboy coming January 9, 2020!
Click here to pre-order.
Here’s the back cover copy.
They want different things, but they just might need each other
Barrel racer Cheyenne Whitten returns to Wishing, Texas, after an injury, determined to recuperate and return to the rodeo circuit. But living with her over-protective mother only adds to Cheyenne’s problems. Desperate to move out and reclaim her independence, Cheyenne believes a service dog is the answer. That is, until she learns the waiting list for one is up to five years.
Having lost his fiancée two years ago, Cooper Abbott wants to run his veterinarian clinic and rebuild his life. A calm, stable, uneventful life. Then Cheyenne shows up asking for help getting a service dog, and Cooper finds he can’t refuse the feisty redhead.
Cheyenne and Cooper insist a relationship is the last thing they want. Cheyenne is focused on her health and returning to the rodeo. Cooper’s heart is still raw from loss. But it could be they’re exactly what each other needs.
Every book I write is a labor of love and a book of my heart. If they weren’t, I couldn’t write them, but the labor for To Tame A Texas Cowboy was more difficult than most. Because of that, receiving the cover and a release date has been doubly sweet. Another thing that makes this book extra poignant for me is the fact that while I was writing it, Dennis Pisarski who helped inspire the idea, lost his dear Penny Lane. I hope looking down from heaven she’s honored by the character I created.
As we all prepare for our Thanksgiving feast, leave a comment about your favorite Thanksgiving food (other than turkey!) to be entered in the random drawing for a signed copy of
To Catch A Texas Cowboy, the holiday wine glass and snowman/stocking ornament. Thank you again for being part of my thankful list and stopping by to chat. May your Thanksgiving be full of blessings.
This dear lady resides in Wisconsin and writes some awfully good romances.
She’ll have a giveaway and give the winner a choice of books.
It might be a cold day but we’ll keep warm by the fire, sipping on cowboy coffee.
You might as well join us.
We’d surely love that.
Can you imagine a woman photographer on the American frontier? They did exist and Miss Regina is going to tell us about that interesting life.
She’s giving away one autographed copy of her newest.
All you have to do is show up and leave a comment. Very simple.
Please join us come Friday and help us welcome this talented author back.
We’ll have the coffee on.
She’ll be talking about online dating and wanting to know your thoughts on the subject.
Miss Becca has a brand new book out – The Telegraph Proposal – and is toting one to give away.
So get your chatting clothes ready and follow the trail on Friday.
You never know when fortune is going to smile on you.
Maybe you’ll get a telegraph proposal!
We’re so happy to welcome her back and we know we’ll have a regular party talking about the Oregon Trail and trading posts.
Her saddlebag contains an autographed copy of her book.
So get your questions down and head over come Friday.
It’ll be another fun time for us in the Junction!
If you have any pumpkin bread or pie, bring it!
Some cowboy coffee would go mighty fine with that. HeHe!
Congratulations to my Tuesday blog winners!
Linda Orr, you are the winner of Give Me a Cowboy!
Carol Luciano, you are the winner of a eBook copy of
Out of a Texas Night?
Please watch your email, as I’ll send you directions on
how to claim your book!